The following contains massive spoilers of hamilton recordSeason 5 premiere.
Sunday night in hamilton recordSeason 5 Premiere, What Happened in Vegas Between “Dim” and “Juicy” Isn’t Left in Vegas For Tim and Lucy.
Before resuming their undercover dynamics as a thug and a mole, Sergeant Bradford (played by Eric Winter) and Officer Chen (Melissa O’Neill) are pushed by confidants (Lopez, Tamara) to answer any question. truly Feelings are brewing beneath the surface.
Later, on their way to Vegas at PJ drug dealer, they share another long, passionate “fake” kiss to help sell Dim and Juicy’s Mile High Club exotic items. Next, Tim himself checks out Lucy for what she might be feeling – but she ignores the disguised “practice” kiss simply because it has the understandable effect of an intimate act.
Once that successful mission ended and Tim returned to Lucy’s house, she claimed that they were still technically “disguised” as lovebirds, and invited Tim inside. After much thought, he took the bait.
Show host Alexei Hawley told TVLine that taking “Chenford” away at the season five premiere “sounded like the natural place to go.” “The fact of the matter is that when he was her direct supervisor, there was no way [to go there]. So far, we’re in a place where there’s a discrepancy in terms of rank, so that’s still an issue, but it looks like we’ve been building to this place where we feel organic to push it.”
Hawley recalled the doppelgänger development in the season 4 finale, which paved the way for Tim and Lucy as a criminal couple, “allowing us to let some of the things the audience saw just under the surface,” “and now we’re in a place we can’t ignore. So this season, we definitely have to rely on what It will be, the next stage of this.”
But what would any “next stage” look like now that Tim and Lucy’s coupling is interrupted by the shocking discovery of the latter’s lover, ADA Chris Sanford (Kanoa Goo), on her sofa with his wrists slit – the horrific handiwork of serial killer Rosalind Dyer?
Rosalind I was “Angry at Lucy because she didn’t show up in court and didn’t play her game…” Hawley says of Dyer’s agenda. “This was her way of getting back to Lucy. It was also a pretty cruel obstacle to throw in Chenford’s path.”
Whatever Chris’ fate, “there would be a great deal of guilt” for Lucy, who has the responsibility to target him. “Rosalind chose Chris only because of Lucy, so that would definitely have an impact,” Hawley says.
Will a shaken Lucy detail what was about to happen between her and Tim, as she deals with what happened to Chris? “It would definitely have an impact on her view of what she was about to do with Tim,” reviews Hawley. “That’s something she’s going to have to walk around – that shocking truth, or the splash of cold water” in an intimate moment.
Elsewhere in the season five premiere: Officer John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) is given a “golden ticket” to his starring roles in the season four finale — an invitation to choose whatever next LAPD job he wants.
Stressing that the golden tickets in such a scenario be Real things, Hawley notes, “You can’t say, ‘I want to be commissioned,’ but which department, whatever job you want, will It trains you to – which is why I love to gag everyone in tune with what they should be doing, “K-9/Unit K-9/Getting to keep the dog included!”
Instead, Nolan will use the bonus to get back into the training officer’s path, which “is very much in line with what we’re trying to do as a cop show that talks about the only way to change the police is police to me they changeHawley explains.
What kind of TO will be Nolan, once he starts his new job with Episode 3 (and after a modest time jump)? Will he take any cues from Tim, Nyla, Angela or Talia when he breaks his first shoe?
“I think Nolan at heart is an empath — he’s a listener, he asks questions — so I don’t think anyone would believe him as tough as Tim,” Hawley says. “But there is this line of being very cute or very Willing to give the benefit of the doubt on the job when he doesn’t come out of nowhere and turn everything upside down.
“We’ll throw Many It has,” Hawley shares, which raises the question: ‘How do you train someone when a mess happens? “
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